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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1921
1HE BELDING, MICHIGAN, BANNER-NEWS PAGE SEVE1S Pomona C. range, 16 Electa Debate' flAt the Ionia County Pomona' (fftmpe, held Tuesday, in the court-' house, the following were elected delegates to state Grange to be held at Flint in December: Master Her bert Ross and wife. Murk IT Hrmun past master of Belding Grange; Hon-! iiciurii, i owvu anawne, lonia, ot ; Konald Grange; Mrs. Carrie Monroe Pomona Lecturer. Eagle, and Mrs. I Mary E. H. Coville, Pomona Many others from this citv were REAL ESTATE We have some good bargains for you. If you want a home. One up-to-date place, hot water, bath, toilet, lights, gas, instantan eous gas heater for boiler, good lo cation, new roof, large lot. a gocd bargain. We have 3 good houses, all emp ty, can move in at once. One $1350, lights and water, large lot, good location. One $1800, a good one, furnace, lights, water and gas. One $1G50, two lots, good house, barn, hen house and etc. Very cheap Urn. F. Sandell Co. B. W. Hewht Licensed Salesman See Us For Used Cars Get your "Motor Title" made out at SANDFLIES G RATTAN Jim and John; Donovan are filling Sam Ilrownell's silo and husking his corn. Mrs. Laura Clemons, of Held ng, and daughter, Mrs. George Rhodes, returned home after spending a week at Spring lake. Mr. and Mis. Harold Wood and little daughter Betty, of (Irani Rap ids, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brooks. Mr. Luther Elk'ns returned to Bed ding after spending a week with his son. Claud Elkins. ' We are sorry to learn that Mrs. Manly Whitten is not so well at this writing. Mrs. Edith Ashley, of Kalamazoo spent a few days at her home here. Margaret Scott is a lot better at this writing. There will be services every Sun day evening at "7:30 at the M. E. church here. Rev. Ballard is our new pastor. Mr. and Mrs. James Donovan and Mr. and Mrs. John Donovan were in Grand Rnp'ds Friday. Robert Woodcock spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Maloney. of Lowell. Mr. and Mrs. Don Donovan were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har old Storey, of Lowell. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vandernool, of Grand Rapids, spent Thursday af ternoon and evening at Will Mc-Naughton's. SMORY ROW Mrs. Eli Witt called on Chattie Crozier, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Lewis Seeley and son, Earl Davis and Mrs. Elva Tower visited in Coral, Saturday. Rube Highland and fam'ly, in Saranac, visited with Will Rysdula an.1 wife, Sunday. Roy Powell and wife were called to Saginaw on account of the death of Mrs. Powel's sister. Lewis Seeley and fam'ly, Otis See ley and Miss Nellie Sieley visited in Freeport. Sunday. Eugene Tillotson and wife of Wa-terveb-t visited F. M. T Uotson and wife from Sunday until Tuesday. Mrs. Flo.-sie S.ott and Mrs. Roy Tavlor visited Wednesday at Eli Witt's. OAKFIELD Chilly October is here. A severe thunder storm visited Vampires So many newspaper accounts of incidents wherein unprincipled men, this section last Thursday evening, ! lure innocent or so called innocent doing lots of damage.' young females to enjoy auto rides, i We are glad to hear that Ernest I wh eh, oft times end in tragedy or Tower is getting better. j near to it, causes all thinking peo- Mrs. J. Deal vis'toi at Will Deal's ; pie to inquire who is to blame when last Friday while the men folks went young girls allow themselves to ac to the sale at George Slawson's, ' cept invitations from male vamps, near Harvard.. I A Ch cago paper recently report- j Mrs. Sleno has moved onto the ; ed a change in the program, where place known as the Black place on in a girl tolj the court in that city the state road. j how she solicited rides from auto- Mrs. Havens visited with Mrs. C. mobile drivers, and then lured them Dennis ( tie day last week. j to a secluded spot where confedcr- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones and Ma- ates robbed them of their money and l.le Dennis were in Grand Ranids. machine. that being one of the G rattan Grange Notice The Grattan Grange will meet in regular session Thursday night, Oc-j teller 1.5. ine program win oe giv en and supper served by the men. For supper then will be scalloped potatoes, sandwiches, pickles, pump kin pie and doughnuts. All members are requested to be present. KEENE HEIGHTS Rusell Dunlop and Mrs. il. Dun lrji s nt Si.nd.iv ? I..o Dun i.', in I!;-! !';'. Mr. and Mrs. Vine Hunter and daughter, of Lans;ng, spent Satur day night and Sunday at L. P. Hunt er's. F. P. Hunter and Jesse were also dinner guests Sunday. Mrs. James Dennis, of Grand Rap ids spent last week with her parents Mr. Dennis was there part of the time. Mrs. Leslie Ames spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Welthie Bow en. who has been sick. Orv.lle Vanderlip spent Saturday even'n,r at L. J. Hunter's. Archie Denny and family spent Sunday at R. S. Bigley's. O. Vanderlip spent Sundav even ing at T. P. Hunter's. shopp ng, one day last week. Pa Ellis run the mill" an.i Ma Ellis kent hous3 and cared for the children. ! The Oakfield Ladies aid met at the (Chapel again last Wednesday to hurry up their work. They are plan ning on hold ng a fair in the near future. M. Stevens, the grocer, has gone to St. Louis, Mi:h., for the benefit many tricks of her trade. Thoughts along this line will demonstrate that there' are many easy marks among the male sex for the female vampire. So many men are easily luiea by a pretty face to action be yond the understanding of their most devoted friends, they doubtless would easily refuse to become the victim of an ordinary looking wo- Realistic. Overheard while mining out of tha movies "That was a wonderfully real istic rainstorm. Why, the scene hadn't been n:nnin-' ten seconds before my corns heunn to ache." Boston Trnn-fcciipt. The Great Majestic Ranges being featured at Ireland's during the dem onstration there this week are being sold with tn extremely attractive of fer. A handsome ctmplete set of cook'ng ware is being given away, absolutely free, with every Great Majestic Range soli. That, in ad dition to the very attractive, price on these well-known ranges, is making th seVction of a Great Majest:e Range at this time decidedly profitable. of his health which has been quite man of the street, who they would poorly of late. turn down simply on account of her ; Bert Havens came up from Rock-' unattractive face, rather than from for.'. Sunday evening, to visit his any moral scruple, but if some girl mother a little while. She wentfull f daring, new to the uncer-i home with him to visit for a few ! world, comes along with her beauty I days. ( unimpared, they become easy fruit 1 Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gottings, of, for the picking". near Greenville, visited last Sunday! Here in our own city we oft t mes (with the former's sister, Mrs. Stults. hear remarks relative to young men ' Mr. and Mrs. Byron Moore and 2 who scU-'lt the company of girls children visited with their mother,! for an auto rice anl several cases Mrs. Stults last Saturday afternoon. 1 f such a nature has been brought . They all went fishing and they got 1 before the local courts. If one will several whopping big bluegills. Af-!stand where they can see the young iter supper Mr. Gals drove back af- women as they come from the fac tor them. There were other fisher- tories, they wdl not be surprised 'men who were from Grand Rapids that the boys are attracted by the I who had good luck too. i beauty, graceful and womanly bear- I October 1, 1921 was Mrs. Dan ,nK of the crowd, however, the fact Clark's 80th birthdav anniversary,! remains and , can just as reacily be so with her children and friends and , distinguished by an observer, that relatives here and a.partv of near ther,e are those rls among the relat ves from her home state, Indi- workers, who are careless of their anna, she was well reminded of the act:on, aml wh(? respond to joking r'av. S he is very feeble but with the ' remarks made by passers, who are fc,dn nf hpr snn. Miles she mnnaires m'l among- uieir jiiMMHai aeiiuaiiu- there is nothing which tends to de grade and lower his manhood and his aims in life so much as to asso ciate with a sit who does not have I the right ideas of what is due a lacy and who by her actions causes her companion to form false estimates of true womanhood. There is a great need that the mind of our young men and young women be filled with clean thoughts and wholesome ambitions. Young people who become interested in out , door sports, that help them to work off surplus activity, do not as a rule develop in these abnormal ways, they rarely find anything attractive in lives of crime and illicit relations This fact should cause all parents to pay special attention to the train ; ing of their children along lines which will enable them in future , years to repell all advances of such ; a character as will have a tendency I to cause their down fall. Early as ! sociations and kindly parental ac1 ' vice during the years in which youth is open to temptation of such a na- ture, will help them to develop char acter which will withstand the lure of the vampires of either sex. i Even if the girls are playing the i game of the woman of the street, I the man loses something far more 1 valuable than any property, that is his self respect and clean life. Many such victin3 have wives and children to whom they owe sacred obligations but that seems to have but little ef fect on their actions, very often, some men simply go crazy over a good looking girl, then if the good looker happens to be a girl without moral principle, her power over such men seems to become almost irre sistable. If some day they are black mailed by the beauty who trapped they, they get their just dues, and deserve no sympathy from their friends. G. H. 1 BELD:N66RAND BfP.DS AUTO URBAN (Standard Time) DAILY: p. m. a. m. a. m. 11:30 7:30 Iv. Belding ar. 12:00 3:30 9:30 ar. Gr Rpds 1 v. 10:00 ! SUNDAYS: P. rn. p. m. 2:30 Iv. Belding ar. 8:00 (4:30 ar. Grand Rapids lv. 0:00 Passengers protected by Public Li ' ability Insurance. m. :30 :30 rv Z No, Alfred, a man seldom puts his foot into it when he takes a step in the right direction. to do her housework. L. D. Baker is very poorly. He had a very bad spell last Sunday. TEC J2-3?J Aa a. K. 4. i f -J n. R k 3i la U J ZA ' OEWI ance, and who then feels at liberty ' to further continue the conversation. . Of course there is no reason why a ! lady cannot reply when addressed by a stranger, and there are few j men who will not hold in respect a j lady who responds to a civil inquiry ; but many times girls who claim protection from so called insults, are really responsible for the action of the partv who they claim :ire at fault. There can !, nothing 'lore r 1 ' companionship of a maiden of his own age, while on the other hand , Gives a brllJiant srlossy shlno that uoes noi ruo on or aust offthat anneal to the iron that lasts four times its long as any other. Black Silk Stove Polish Is in a class by itself. It's mora carefully made and made trora better materials. Try it on yoar Mrlor tove.yourcook stov or your gn runae, It you don't And It ine im1 polish you ever used, your hardware or grocery dealer it authorised to rr fund your money. Shlnmln vry Drop" IF YOU DESIRE RESULTS TRY WANT AD mm: SI fault. There can !, nothing 'nore j charm'ng,, interesting anl elevating i to a voung man than the society and xx Experienced motorists are often I heard to say they would give $ 1 0 I more for the sake of having an mm Pianos, 5 1 68, ?293, 5 197, s305, s264, etc. A Few of the Many Bargains in Rental, Sample (new), Used , and Exchanged Pianos Awaiting You On Our Floors During Our Great Annual Sale Just Commencing at Our Grand Rapids Warerooms, 26-28 Division Ave., N. You Save All the One Can Readily See Thaf THESE are Bargains Rent and More The red tags cn.the sale instru ments tell the whole story. The original price; the amount receiv ed a rent, the amount deducted f25, $50, $75 and in many cases an even greater amount and the sale price ALL IN PLAIN FIGURES! And bear in mind that these dis counts apply on many of the instru ments of our own matchless line; that many of them are like new and that all have been carefully regulated and tuned by our factory experts and guaranteed to give years of service just as satisfactor ily as a new instrument. Note the instruments and prices mentioned merely representative of the sal e stock awaiting you now on our floors and make up your mind to HURRY QUICKLY TO OUR WAREROOMS AND MAKE SELECTION! Long Time. to Pay No reason for your home being longer without music with its wonderful influence for good for we've made these terms easy enough, we know, for every family that wants a piano or player-piano Let us tell you all about these sur prisingly eay terms Come quick ly! Chase Bros Piano $212 Sterling $198 A. B. Cameron $197 Hallett-Davis $168 Maynard $288 Grinnell Bros. $387 Aeolian Player $574 Werner $266 Pbytona $580 Huntington $293 Just such values as these mentioned make up the en tire sale stock. So exceptionally low are the prices; so great the values of these high grade instruments; so un usual the advantages that news of this sensational clear ance has brought prospective purchasers from far and near. By seeing the sale instruments you, too, will fully realize the importance of this clearance AND WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU! This stupendous clearance has iust commenced vou owe it to yourself to COME AND MAKE YOUR SELEC TION WITHOUT LELAY at least you should investi gate thoroughly the rare and unequaled bargains! COME QUICKLY! Learn fully of our privilage of Free Exchange Trial it affords greatest possible protection. GRINNELL EROS. Sale Now in Progress at Our Warerooms 2G-28 Division Ave., N., Grand Rapids Six Floors of Musical Merchandise OPEN EVENINGS Don't 1c rooms keep or phone us DEPOT IN t the fact that you cannot come to our ware you from investipatinp the barpains. Write for complete list. FREIGHT PAID TO ANY THE STATE. OPEN EVENINGS DURING SALE CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and mail it to Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chi cago, I1L, writing your name and ad dress clearly. Ycu will receive in return a trial package containing: Toley's Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, C0IJ3 and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for pain in sides and b2ck; rheumatism, backache, kidney nd b'l.'dcr ailments; and Foley Ca thartic Tablets, a wholesome and horouvl-Jy cleansing cathartic, for :oustipauon, biliousness, headache, Glenn E. Wortley and II. J. Connell Exide Eatlerv It is now unnecessary to pay extra, for an Exide is as cheap in price though far superior in quality to any other battery on the market. Then you also have the world-wide Exide service back of it. THE BATTERY SHOP CLAYTON STEELE 112 S. Pleasant Street, Beldincr Michigan House; 20'J-3K phones Shop. 209-2R m!:ni::n:tnmiii!;i!mi;imgngi S3 cg.ggai Making Mileage a Certainty Car Owners want more rubber on the tread where the wear is hardest; more gum between cord plies to perfect a resilient and powerful carcass. And they want a scientifically constructed Non Skid tread with all angles and contacts to resist skidding and give sure traction. Firestone Cord Tires have met these demands of the car owners. Read Letters Below Records from 29,000 to 57,000 Miles Cord Tires built the Firestone way could not fail to produce mileage. Every day, from all over the country, comes the word that 10,000, 20,000 or 30,000 miles are frequent and consistent records. Sept. 10, 1921 Pireitone Tire & Rubbtr Co., JackionvilU Branch, ckiOBvillc, Florida. Gentlemen: I submit herewith the history of 134 Firestone- Cord tire. This tire has run S7.000 miles. I have retreaded it seven times. The avcra(e mileage to each retread Inr wn about 7.000. I think you will agree this remarkable record, is especially unusual I know the owner to be a severe driver. How over, he gives his tires proper inflation. The tire in question is not vet out of service and has every indication ol being eufficienUy. strong for an other retresd. t am mailing photographs un der separate cover. C. U. Penney, Plant City, FU. Now and then they are empha sized by unusual instances such as quoted below. Performances like these demonstrate the ulti mate possibilities of Firestone Cords umler careful driving. Sept 2, 1S21 The Harvey E. Mack Co., Thirteenth A Harmon Place, Minneapolis, Gentlemen: It occurs to me that you might be interested n th tniUaca that I obtained from the set of Firestone Cord tires on my Dodge coupe is It F AB TK.T. C NON SKID EXTRA. SIZE $ 13 S5 In this fabric tire at In our cord tirea only Firestone resources and eiperi ence can provide this quality at thia price. The first tire went over 29. 000 miles. The second tire rolled up a mileage of between 34.000 and J5.C00. These were both rear tires and had been cut considerably by chains. The two front tires hsve gone better then 35.000 m.les and are still in good condition. I finrrl to Brt at least 40.000 miles from each of I need scarcely that the Firestone will be rav tiro choice for the future. Archie H. Beard. S22 LaS.lle Blrig.. Minneapolis. them. say Cord CORD TIRES For Sale by E. R. Thomas and Western Oil & Gas Co.